### Quant Quiz

**Q1. The average of first, second and third number was 40. The average of second, third and fourth number was 41, and fourth number was 45. Find the first number.**

1) 39 2) 40 3) 43 4) 42 5) 47

**Q2. A certain sum is interested at compound rate. The interest accrued in the first two year is Rs. 544 and that in the first three years is Rs. 868. Find the rate percent.**

1) 13 1/2% 2) 9% 3) 17% 4) 14% 5) 12 1/2%

**Q3. 50 gm of an alloy of gold and silver contains 80% gold (by weight). Find the quantity of gold that is to be mixed up with this alloy so that it may contain 95% gold.**

1) 146 gm 2) 150 gm 3) 147 gm 4) 156 gm 5) 153 gm

**Q4. A team of 80 men is supposed to do a work in 64 days. After 36 days, 20 more men were employed and the work finished 2 days earlier. How many days would it have been delayed if 20 more men were not employed?**

1) 4 1/2 days 2) 5 1/4 days 3) 6 days 4) 3 1/3 days 5) 4 1/4 days

**Q5. Two trains x and y start from Delhi and Ranchi towards Ranchi and Delhi respectively. After passing each other they take 6 hours 40 minutes and 3 hours 45 minutes to reach Ranchi and Delhi respectively. If the train from Delhi is moving at 60 km/hr then find the speed of other train.**

1) 78 km/hr 2) 72 km/hr 3) 83 km/hr 4) 80 km/hr 5) 68 km/hr

**Q6. A man can row 12 km/hr in still water. If the river is running at 4 km/hr, it takes 5 hours more in upstream than to go downstream for the same distance. How far is the place?**

1) 76 km 2) 80 km 3) 75 km 4) 82 km 5) 84 km

**Q7. A lawn is in the form of a rectangle and length is one and half as long as it is broad. The area of the lawn is 3/2 hectares. The length of the lawn is:**

1) 150 m 2) 162 m 3) 153 m 4) 147 m 5) 138 m

**Q8. The sum of length, breadth and height of a cuboid is 24 cm and its diagonal is 18 cm long. Find the total surface area of the cuboid.**

1) 273 cm^2 2) 252 cm^2 3) 217 cm^2 4) 290 cm^2 5) 187 cm^2

**Q9. In how many ways 4 boys and 4 girls can be seated in a row so that boys and girls are alternate?**

1) 1152 2) 1211 3) 1052 4) 1202 5) 977

Answer & Explanation

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First number = 40 × 3 – (41 × 3 – 45)

= 120 – 123 + 45 = 42

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P[(1 + R/100)^3 – 1] = 868 — (I)

P[(1 + R/100)^2 – 1] = 544 — (II)

Divinding eq I by II and put, q = 1 + r/100

(q^3 – 1)/(q^2 – 1) = 868/544

[(q – 1)(q^2 + q + 1)]/(q – 1)(q + 1) = 217/136(q^2 + q + 1)/(q + 1) = 217/136

q^2/q+1 = 81/136

136q^2 – 81q – 81

q = 9/8

1 + r/100 = 9/8

r = 1/8 * 100% = 12 1/2%

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Quantity of gold to be added

50 (95-80)/(100-95) = 50*15/5 = 150 gm

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Required answer

= [y{D – (d1 + d2)} – d2x]/ x

Where

y = 20

x = 80

D = 64

d1 = 36

d2 = 2

= [20{64 – (36 + 2)} – 2 * 80]/80

= (20 * 26 – 160)/80

(520 – 160)/80 = 4 1/2days

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Speed of other train = 60 sqroot[(6 2/3 / 3 3/4)]

= 60 sqroot[(20/3 * 3 4/15)]

= 60 * 4/3

= 80 km/hr

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Let the distance be x km

x/12-4 – x/12 + 4 = 5

x = 80km

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Let breadth = x m and length = 3/2 km

x * 3/2x = 3/2 * 10000

x^2 = 10000

x = 100 m

Length = 3/2 * 100 = 150m

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Total surface area = (sum of all three sides)2 – (Diagonal)2

= (24)^2 – (18)^2

= 42 × 6 = 252 cm^2

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Required number of ways = 2 × 4! × 4! = 1152

### Reasoning Quiz

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

*In an examination A, B, C, D and E each scored different marks. B scored the second highest marks and more than C and D. No one scored less than A. C scored 64% marks.*

**Q1. Who among the following scored the highest marks?**

1) B 2) D 3) E 4) C 5) Other than given options

**Q2. Who among the following can score 70% marks?**

1) Only E 2) Either D or B or E 3) Only B and E 4) Either D or B 5) Other than given options

**Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:**

*A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J are ten friends sitting in two rows I and II containing five friends each. The friends of both the row are facing each other. The friends of row I are facing south. C is not an immediate neighbour of F but sits second to the left of D, who is third to the right of A. G sits opposite D. B sits on the immediate right of G and is facing south. H is third to the right of B and is exactly opposite F. I sits opposite C. E is not the neighbour of H.*

**Q3. Who among the following does not sit the same row?**

1) J 2) H 3) B 4) C 5) Other than given options

**Q4. Who among the following sits exactly opposite A?**

1) I 2) J 3) E 4) D 5) Other than given options

**Q5. F is related to H in a certain way, E is related to B in the same way. Who among the following is related to J following the same pattern?**

1) A 2) D 3) I 4) F 5) Other than given options

**Q6. Who among the following is fourth to the right of G?**

1) F 2) H 3) I 4) A 5) Other than given options

**Q7. Which of the following statements is true?**

1) E is in the extreme right end of the row 2) I sits in the second to the right of H

3) C sits in the middle of the second row 4) H sits on the immediate right of A 5) None is true

**Q8. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?**

1) GD 2) HD 3) FG 4) HF 5) JF

**Q9. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ‘PROVIDED’ each of which has as many letters between them as in the English alphabet?**

1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) Other than given options

Answer & Explanation

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G + D —- 7 + 4 = 11,

H + D —- 8 + 4 = 12,

F + G —- 6 + 7 = 13,

H + F —- 8 + 6 = 14,

J + F —- 10 + 6 = 16

Hence, JF does not belong to the group. Become the sum of the letter is perfect square.

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### English Quiz

**Directions (Q. 1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 5). (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)**

**Q1.** 1) If we are indeed a democracy /2) then politicians would do well /3) to remember that tolerance and free speech /4) is the hallmark of democracy. /5) No error

**Q2.** 1) These efforts will help bring /2) the people of the two countries /3) closer together paving the way /4) for greater people-to-people contact. /5) No error

**Q3.** 1) Not only commerce undergraduates /2) though engineers and science graduates /3) also seem to be eager /4) to flow with the management stream. /5) No error

**Q4.** 1) If India was to become a developed country /2) this sectional imbalance has /3) to be corrected which is /4) possible by improving the quality of education. /5) No error

**Q5.** 1) There are ways and measures /2) to be followed if we /3) really mean to enhancing agricultural /4) growth in the years to come. /5) No error

**Directions (Q. 6-10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.**

*At the core of the privatisation debate is the key …(6)… of labour …(7)…. One of the long-standing demands of industry, both Indian and foreign, has been to …(8)… labour laws as …(9)… under the Industrial Disputes Act. These laws do not allow industry to reward merit and punish non-performers. Also, in the …(10)… of an economic slowdown or shifting market preferences, they do not permit a downsizing of the work force. Ideally, industry should be free to contract or expand with changing technology, competition and obsolescence.*

**Q6.** 1) role 2) emergence 3) reality 4) task 5) issue

**Q7.** 1) reforms 2) agenda 3) concerning 4) manpower 5) stigma

**Q8.** 1) hold 2) freeze 3) refrain 4) relax 5) challenge

**Q9.** 1) defined 2) sentenced 3) generated 4) initiated 5) subjected

**Q10.** 1) resurgence 2) event 3) advent 4) aftermath 5) miracle

Answers

- 4; Replace ‘is’ with ‘are’.
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- 2; Replace ‘though’ with ‘but’.
- 1; It should be ‘were’ in place of ‘was’.
- 3; It should be ‘enhance’ in place of ‘enhancing’.
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**Computer Quiz **

**Q1.** Compiler in computer system is a_________.

1. Package 2. System Software 3. Process 4. Application Software 5. None of the above

**Q2.** PNG stands for?

1. Potable Name Generator 2. Portable Network Generator 3. Printed Name Graphics

4. Portable Network Graphics 5. None of the above

**Q3.** What is the term for the illusion of movement created by showing a series of still pictures in rapid succession?

1. Transition 2. Twining 3. Bit-mapped graphice 4. Animation 5. None of the above

**Q4.** Where are data and program are stored when the processor uses them?

1. Main memory 2. Secondary memory 3. Disk memory 4. Program memory

5. None of the above

**Q5.** What is the shortcut key to switch between open programs?

1. CTRL+F5 2. ALT+TAB 3. CTRL+F7 4. CTRL+F8 5. None of the above

**Q6.** Saving is a process?

1. To copy the document from memory to storage medium 2. To bring change in present status of the document

3. To change entire form 4. All of the above 5. None of the above

**Q7.** What is an intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet?

1. Formula 2. Worksheet 3. Address 4. Cell 5. None of the above

**Q8.** The word ‘FTP’ stands for?

1. File Translate Protocol 2. File Transit Protocol 3. File Typing Protocol 4. File Transfer Protocol

5. None of the above

**Q9.**________ Represents raw facts, where as ________ is a meaningful data.

1. Information, reporting 2. Data, information 3. Information, bits 4. Records, bytes 5. Bits, bytes

**Q10.** The maximum Zoom percentage in MS PowerPoint is?

1. 100% 2. 200% 3. 400% 4. 500% 5. None of the above

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